Photography writing

Fishing for Photographers!

Fishing for Photographers? Louis de Bernières' Girt Pike? What's got into the man this month? Well, yeah, fair point. But in my defence, I've often mused to myself on the patience, preparation, solitude and natural wild spaces that wildlife photography and fishing share and I thought I'd muse a bit [...]

Wild Angle

I haven't yet had a chance to blog this year's eight Farne Islands trips or my close-up swallows project from the summer, but now I'm freshly back from France (I actually saw a real, live hen harrier!) it's time to get out your wide angle lenses for the animals. September's [...]

By |2018-10-24T19:54:29+01:002 Sep 2013|Magazine articles, Magazines, Photography writing, Technique|

Auto ISO article in Landscape & Wildlife Photography Magazine

Hot on the heels on 'Photographing Summer Birds' in Bird Watching magazine, I've written an article on Auto ISO in Landscape & Wildlife Photography Magazine. I'm a recent convert to using Auto ISO with Manual mode after photographing gannets with some friends at Bempton Cliffs in Yorkshire. Hope you enjoy [...]

Jump! My latest ‘Through The Lens’ column

I've actually remembered to mention it this time! Just out on 1 June, this is my regular column in Landscape & Wildlife Photography Magazine. This month it's about guillemots and 'jumplings'. The humble guillemot, it turns out, is anything but humble. Quite remarkable, actually. Hope you enjoy it. K [...]

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